Nigel Whitmey


Nigel Whitmey trained at Studio 58 in Vancouver and at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. Since leaving RADA he has worked continually in film, television and theatre. His diverse work includes filming Saving Private with Steven Spielberg, Jefferson in Paris and Surviving Picasso for Merchant Ivory.

On television he appeared in numerous programmes Dr.Who, Waking the Dead, Hustle, Casualty and Shackleton, which filmed in Greenland. In London his theatre work has included the Royal Court, Young Vic, Gate and Tricycle. Most influential has been three years theatre work with Mike Alfred’s founder of Method Madness and Shared Experience. Nigel has voiced documentaries, books and games. He writes, directs and teaches acting.